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In Guðrúnarkviða III, one of Attila's (Atli) bondmaids accuses her of infidelity with king Theodoric (Þjóðrekr) of the Goths. Gudrun proves her innocence by picking up gems from the bottom of a boiling cauldron with her bare white hands.
- The Poetic Edda in Old Norse from «Kulturformidlingen norrøne tekster og kvad» Norway.
- The first lay with translation
- The second lay with translation
- The third lay with translation
- Guðrúnarkviða I (Old Norse)
- Guðrúnarkviða I (English)
- Guðrúnarkviða II (Old Norse)
- Guðrúnarkviða II (English)
- Guðrúnarkviða III (Old Norse)
- Guðrúnarkviða III (English)